I wonder why it is I even bother.
I wonder why it is I even bother.
What is not fine is to give a very long monopoly to only one company to make them... without competition the price will not naturally fall.
You have to allow some time let companies have some profits on research, but how long has the Epi-Pen been around? Long enough there should be more than one company making hem now.
What do you mean "slide".
We wallow in it.
Yoga bridesmaid pr0n? Here we come.
Me: *Picks up Harry Potter Book*
Game: *It's Super Effective!*
Like I'm going to actually use a link to PSN in an article about how insecure my PSN account is...
"Rescue teams searching for earthquake survivors in central Italy"
Are you insane? Or just really, really, really stupid?
Don't answer, because I will not be reading responses from someone so clearly an idiot - and by now someone who has shown they work very, very hard at staying an idiot.
The nanny-state would tend to mandate the WiFi stay locked for security reasons, or at least make sure people unlocking the WiFi were properly punished later by whatever means the state has (which are many).
In this actual case, it's private citizens calling for other private citizens for devices to be unlocked...
One vector of "unreliability" the article talked about was iPhones "failing to connect to WiFi".
Let's just put aside the problem with equating network reliability with hardware reliability... there's a big difference in HOW both devices connect to WiFi, by design.
Apple in the last year or so changed iOS so that it will prefer to stay on a cell connection if it seems like the WiFi is going to be flaky or unreliable.
So the "WiFi failing to connect" is a result of the software making the network connection (you know, the whole reason why you are trying to connect to the WiFi in the first place?) MORE reliable for the user, not less... we all know by now sometimes the cell network is vastly better than a sketchy WiFi node.
Other nice things about being on Mac are that you're not distracted by popular video games anymore,
Neither are PC users; popular games these days are all for consoles.
Only niche FPS and tactical games ever come out PC only anymore.
Yeah, I don't know why Slashdot attracts these anti-science nutters that cannot understand the data has been totally blown on the whole global warming scam. Yes some warming is occurring, but not enough to matter in any way worth even getting excited about - at least that's what the hard facts and careful research tell us. Heck it's probably not even enough to counteract the next global cooling phase which is close at hand even in human turns, then will be the time to panic...
Now the soft facts and panicked revelations made by so called "scientists" who are backed by governments trying to bilk the people into more central control - isn't it astounding that after literally decades of being utterly wrong about long term climate forecasts, people still listen to them? But then I guess it's not since other religions have been around thousands of years as well.
Making the data fit the narrative since 1970.
I wonder when exactly we just start calling all science scientology? Vastly more accurate, what with the e-Meter like shifting uses of temperature data that has been so stretched and re-formed it's kind of a digital taffy now.
But then, on a Mac I guess everything Just Works, including Microsoft products...
I think Microsoft constantly breaking Windows is a sort of technological freudian slip. Even they are tired of Windows.
How do I get into the Singapore tablet sales market, so I can sell to the civil service customer for goofing off?
Mecha-Cow is the only result of the path they are trampling down in a panicked herd.
I've got a bad feeling about this.